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stos loss of flesh in bab cs
an children and in adults
in summer as well as winter.
Somepople have gained a
poundtday while aking it
Take it in a littlo cold water or milk.
Cet a small bottle now. All DMuggists
HAD TO KEEP DATE
METHODICAL MAN WAS DUE TO
And His Friend, a Man of Peace, Ac
companied Him to the Scene
of Combat, Greatly to His
"I like a methodical man." said an
up-town rounder. "*but my friend
whose den is opposite to the one
where I loiter is excessive in this
"He asked me to dine with hirn, and
I accepted. We wevnt at it leisurely.
We got down to the foot of the imenu
loating al" the way. As usual h,! w
placid. We had just reached pi, and
demitasse when he asked me raller
suddenly the day of the month. I
had it handy.
"'And the day of the week?' he
asked. And I handed'him that. Then
he looked at his watch.
"'You won't mind, old man,' be
said, 'if I tell you that I must go.'
"1 toid him if it was a ratter of
any moment I would 2.:s n but
with regret. I knew he was absernt
"'This is ti- day,' he continued,
shoving back his glass and using his
napkin hurriedly, 'when I promised
to give Blinky a good thrashing. I
had forgotten it when 1 asked you to
dine. You'll excuse me, old man,
"For his own sake, as well as my
own pleasure, I asked him if he
couldn't postpone the fistic affair until
"'It can't be put off,' he replied. 'I
know exactly where he will be within
40 minutes, and I prefer to lick him at
"'Then,' I replied, 'I'll go with
"He got under headway first and
was on the sidewalk before I got my
top coat buttoned. Then he called
a motor car and giving the chauffeur
the number he told him to take a
hack street and let out at top speed.
"On the way he talked about near
ly everything except fighting. He
even told me of a contemplated trip)
to the far east. He burned up a box
of cigarettes before the car halted in
front of the place in which he said the
enemy had his office.
"I asked if I had not better go in
with him. He thanked me. but de
elined the offer.
"'It won't take long,' he said, 'and
if might not be pleasant for a third
party. You h6ld the car till I come
"As he disappeared I felt a clammy
ooze gathering on my brow, and re
moved my hat. I looked at my watch
every minute. I ne'ver knew time to
drag as it did while I sat in that
car. I will never know how long I
"I remember a figure coming out of
the doorway. It had changed some
since it had gone in. I leaped out of
the car and approached my friend.
"He said he wasnt hurt, but I
quickly saw thnat he had been up
against It. If I ever concoct a strik
ing transformration scene for a stage
I'll put in a scene like that for a
'Would you like to see him-the
other fellow?' asked my friend.
"I don': know what male me say
that I would dote on such a sight.
Quicker than a wireless message he
grahiied me by the arm and r-ushed
me up) the stairway to the office of the
".My friend opened the door-. 1.
stuck my head thr-ough the' aperture.
Buff! Just like that: The* next thingi
I remembered I w-as in the car. 315
fierd was holing something uinder
"lie apologized for the suggestion he
had made andl which resultedI in my
emer:;ing from the situation in I
worse plight than himself. No more
methcdical fr-acas for me, thank you.'
-N. Y. Sun.
The Cause of' Many
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so dlecep
-- i tive. 31anyvsudden
-deaths arc' caused
by it-heart dis
heart failure or
3i ~ 'rapoplexy arc often
the result of kid
Lkidntey trouble is
- . allowed toadvance
..ed biood will at
tack the vital organs, causing carrh of
the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in
the urine, head ache, back ache, lame
back, dizziness, sleeplessia-SS, :nervous
ness, or the kidnevs themscives break
down and waste awa- ec11 bv cell.
Bladder troubles almost alIwa'.s result
from a derangement of the kidnievs and
better health in that organ is obitained
quickest by a proper treatn:en i of the kid
neys. Swamp-Root corrects inability to
hold urine and scaling pain in p:assing it,
and overcomes that unpleasant necessity
of being compelled to go often through
the day, and to get up many- times during
the night. The mijld and imimedjite effect
of Swa::np-Root, the great kidney remedy
is s-ooni reai:-ed. It standu th'e highest be
cause or its, runari'ka-ble health restoring
properties. A\ tra will convin ce anvoue.
Swamp-Reoot is~ leiaant to~ take and is
sold by all druggi sts in fitv-cent and
one-dol'' r" siz bot.. Yu have a
s .pl letti an l ook t *::stte all
a1 t it both sn free by n~I. Address,
WXhen' writin' me"on reading' this ger.
ero"s e .r thi pe;o' make
&,am~np-Root, a::d &n' .ct U dealer sell
you someth:ing ini place of Swamip-Root
Influence of Nature.
I will walk aboard; old griefs shall
be forgotten to-day; for the air is
cool and still, and the hills are high
and stretch away to heaven; and the
forest glades are quiet as a church
yard; and with the dew. I can wash
the fever from my forehead and then
I shall be unhappy no longer.-De
Getting Into Harness.
The archbishop of Canterbury and
a number of clergy were adjourning
for luncheon after an eccleciastical
function, when a canon remarked
unctuously: . "Now to put a bridle on
our appetites." "Say, rather," retort
ed his grace, "to put a bit between
Was Beyond Him.
"My dear, I couldn't match that
dress goods." "You couldn't?" "No;
and after what the various clerks said
to me, I can't see why a person in
tolerable circumstances should want
to match it."-Lcuisville Courier-Jour
"Yes, thank you. Mrs. Backby, my
toothacie is quite gone. After suffer
ing the emoluments of the unrighteous,
as dtepicted in Dante's Inferno, I went
to Pr-of. W\'igtin's dental parlors and
1:ad the o!Tending molar elicited."
Can Do It Now with X-Ray.
By a new invention a eavalrymau
can telephone through his horse.
Clearly it is onl,y a matter of time
until mankind will be able to see
through a grindstone. even if it has
no hole in it.-Chicago News.
To Keep Flowers.
To keep flowers fresh and to make
them last longer fih the vase nearly
full of freshly .,ounded charecal and
add water'until thoroughly saturated.
Put the fPowers in one at a time. Add
fresh water to the charcoal each day.
That our Anwrican forests abound In
plants which po'eS the most valuable
m(edicial virie's is abundanm ly attested
by scores of the most eminent medical
writers anud teachers. Even the untu
tored Indians had discovered the useful
ness of many native plants before the
advent of ti-e white race. This informa
tion, imparted freely to the whites, led
the latter to continue investigations until
to-day we have a rich assortment of most
valuable American medicinal roots.
Dr. Pierce believes that our American for
ests abound in most valuable medicinal roots
for the care of niost obstinate and fatal dis
cases. if we would properly investgate them:
znd, in confirmation of this conviction. he
points with pride to the almost marvelous
cores effected by hi, "Golden Medical Dis
overy." which has proven Itself to he the
m~t efficient stomach tonie, liver invigor
ator. heart tonlic and regulator, and blood
cleanser knw"a to medical s'ien~ce. Dyspep
sa. or i:id:gesti ,n. rorpidJ liver, functional
ad even .inivutar and other affections of
the heart 2ield :o its curative action. The
rea-on u'hy I e-nres these and miany other
a!ec'tions, 5 'le: rly shown in a little book
of extract', from the standard ruedical works
whch is 'aailed free to any address by Dr. R
V. P'ierce, of Buffalo. N. Y., ta all sending
reu:est for the same.
Not less miar' elous, in the unparalleled
cares it is constantly making of woman's
many peculiar affections, weaknesses and
distessng derangements. is D~r. Pierce's
Favoitte Presc'ription, as is amply attested
by the usands of unsolicited test imonials con
tritie'd by grateful Datients who have been
ct':ed by It of catarrhal pelvic drains, paInful
periods. Irregularities, prolapsus and other
displacements c'aused by weakness, ulcer
ation of uterus and kindred affections, often
after many other advertised medicines, and
physicians had failed.
Both the above mentioned medicines are
wholly made up) from the glyceric extracts of
native, medicinal roots. The processes emt
plye.d in their manufacture were original
with Dr-. P'ierce. and they are carrie'd on hy
skilled chemIsts and phiarmac-ists with the
aid of rpp'aratus and appliances specially
desitmed and built for this purpose. Bot
medicies are entirety free fronm alcohol an
all other haj'mful, habit-forming drugs.
full list of their ingredients is printed o
Intemeerance Actor's R2'ne.
Edmund liean, wvho revived the fe
tunes of Drury Lane and wrungt from
Ceridge the appreciative comment
that to see him act was like reading
Shakespeare by ligyning, never drank
before a perform.a-e. He did little
else after one. His intemperance
ruined his family and made it necem
sary for l. s son Charles to quit
school and become an actor, a change
for which young EK ,. ad no liking.
Reason for Tenderness.
Let us bse silent as to each other's
weaknesses, helpful, tolerant, nay ten
der, towards each other. May We
put away from us satire which
scorges and the anger which brands;
the oil and wine of the good Samari
tan are of more avail. We may make
the ideal a reason for contempt, but
it is nmore beautifutl to make It a rea
son for tenderness.-Amiel.
(B. B. B.) Cures Through the Blood
BONE PAINS, cAN
I.B. B (B->tani" Bloo i Blood) t< the
eiv El.:odi IZ~mtly t hat kills the poison
intm~ hih . blod and then purrifie< it-Send'
ig a Ii iod of pture, rich bloo I direct to
te' skin sumfare, bones. joints, and
wherev' r t he dIisease is lo cat.-d. I iih'
way all sores, ulcers pimohs. eroption
"reheniled andI cured. pains and aches
of Rhle mati~'m 'ease' s wellings subsidI'
It. B. r5. completely changes the tbod'
into a clean healthy condition, givmng
e shin the rich, red hue of perfect
health. B. B. B. cures the woIs'~ (.1d
ens5"s Try it.
BT ANIC BLOGOD BALM-B BB
.t.,t 8:01 ':ttei to' t'tke: entaposed of pure
t ,. in! . !t. Ii. strengcth e the nterves~
Sold in Pickens S.C. hy Bolt & Co.
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
t te S tomhs andBowels of
I Opium.Morphine norMineral.
Aperfect Remedy 'r cnsl4Pi
ness and Loss oF SMIP
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Do vou need a small farm I
have 35 acres 41 miles north of
Court House in good coinniui
ty, I mile from Methodist
church, and I mile from Baptist
Church. Nice little cottage, ne
cessary out building, on public
road, 18 acres in cultivation,
balance in timber; pasture en
closed with barb wire. If taken
at once you may have it at $30
an acre, I down balance in 5
equal payments or terms to suit
ou. The place is rented for
this year but if you buy now
you get the rent. Let me show
you the place. If this is not ,
arge a place as you want. 1
ave 637 acres 4 miles southwest
f Court House you may have
t same price per ac're and on
he same terms.
H. M. Hester.
Pickens, S. C.
SH OES:-I have recently put
n a line of shoes, not the largest
n town but all new, clean, styl
sh stuff; fit any foot, from the
nfant's (at a quarter a pair) on
p to the boys, misses, men's
and women's. Look through
nis line as I can save vou sonme
oney. Some specials for ladies
n soft sole shoes, as comforta
le as a kid glove. Modest price.
How ab~out the bleached and
onsdale underwear. C hea per
hani buying the -material and
aves all the worry of mnaking.
I won't tell how cheap I will
ell pants, especiall in 80 to :32
aist sizes. If this happens to
e your size something good is
oming to you. Conme and see.
have all sizes.
Bargains in crokerA End glass
Come to my store whether
on want to trade or not.
T. ID. H ARRIS.
EECT R IC BILIOUsNE*
IT ERS AND KIDNEY9.
- PAR KE'
In view of making a change
n our business we will sell for
0 days, beginning on April 10th
ur entire stock of Dry Goods,
otions, Shoes. Glass. Crockery
nd Tinware, etc'. In fact, ev
rything we have except Gro
eries, wvill be sold at cost.
We have just opened a line
f up-to-date spring shoes in all
styles and at prices from $1.0
o3.00. Men, women and chil
ren's shoes at cost anid when
e say cost we mean COST.
All we want is for von to come
nd give us a chance to show
you and we will be sure to sell
Any one wishing to buy a
mall stock and openl business.
can buy ours at a bargain, and
e will rent von a store-room
heap. It is near the depot and
We also have a 5-room cottage
house and lot for sale.
Don't fail to call and see us.
Yours for business,
Uhiety- SL (.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You HavA
V g Use
u. F cr Over
THC CNTAUR COMPANY. NKW YORK CIMY.
Summons for Relief.
L.:at lf t bl : a, at1~'.~.' atd
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Y" tu atre herAeby sit t .l -4A 1l a ri r 1.11 -
ti to allst, '- the -aaat't;tint i: th . av
tion, of which a ecpy I iwa'~ "u it "e
upon you. and t) .rve a ap f .nu
answer to Ia- sail a' c 1) abt < ( 11f
S I S - r t i L, i-- - 1i - in
Iwt y Iday after the ervic.- h -re'f.
I lxclusivt , -f umil. daiy ad S te . i vice: :t111
%,a !I t:rii tt : a' t o th e n n
l'~aed alt Pt.ekea' s S C . Aii d0h-. A
A J. Bagas.('.(X.P.h:.',
I C1AtrEYt'.\R! Y
To tat abet -ed :.K4ea
Pla e 'aatke nI :tce :h I 'E th l- an'
:ad comtplaint, in ia- above SaM a at c'ase.
we~ re hal tm ha' aalica of \. -EHJ
Clert k taf the a.ourltt af C nio a Ph. f.I a *'C'
i tkent Counlty, Saouth C '**am:a.o thta
C.\REY & C.\REY.
STATIE OF.'O0UTH1 (-\ROLI.N\,
Couty of P'icke' s.
Sutmmonslt~ far Relif-' 'at npa!:a t' a red.
J. 3eD. BIruce, laiitT f.
Ed wFatrdt1 Youn ::tn a' 'eta ale ItlLt
Y, u :e htr.;a', sttnnt n -dl :mdaa t4 -
quiiraad tat ;.ansaa . r'th taln .ain: tit th
ata an, (of wha-h :s heit b t~ 't '' -rv a t ap
tu.andto serv a a a'yafaaor ;aus ve
to thte it tid carra plit no . h a s ne~
at is ft Iaat cken l't It- -.
So~iuth ':.ralinaa, wtitI t wea.''''a' " t -
ter 'hIt" -a ie( haerea. . y at-. a' a I h
time( fafoeaji, lthe p tintatt lita.
tonf wa ill ;:a ly tat lth- Court t ft.r t - e'
herf d aa a, dh int the a' 'ai n'.ilt
Ihiteda Piakentt , S. I'., .\'ail . A. I
At. oggs C.'. . I "d .iaa
Plaj af~ ls .mta nt-' '.
T'c thea set s 'tt efl |iia.t &t, }'aadw'ard:
Pi w-a" tal." tnodeih' tha Itn t''ain'
in t h Ie la l a' sl:ac da ca.'.. lt.g:ihaar waI
11Ith a rareaotr "'late . .anlt , w::, 1 :i n t h t
aarle'a tof A\. J1. H~a..g.. ('h-rk af thea a'ur
af a t- tnit l'ia';as ft a -wk I 't ona alt a'.
Southl c:ltair lit a, t thte 3rd daty of Apjril.
AX D. 19'9.
It I -. .\tt -:
Where to Buy the~ Best'
Pouiltry awl Eggs.
Patronie you Home Breeder,
....Hec Will Treat You Ri4h t....
--FOR SALE - Silver' Lared
Wyandotte (atss.a SI.00 per' 14
Guarantee a batch aof S (aut af
S. C.hit Leahor E
For' th a tnanlr l of .e.!ta a:1 e
\Vit ..:hode I-~.slami- 15 ed>lb
t;f ; l 0 J.\'O t \\u' 't a Not; t ..: a' I: ;a 'a at ea
S. C. Buft Leiiihons
''INetN(k. I'a't.24 f I'ib.' :aaa: 'dat 0ltNt'. .
a' .~''~a I t ia. Il- ata\ tat-1al 1 .% :1 .s.i'
\CRN.NING': Piee, 4 t. 1.CvVno, R
GWeill S .ure y Sto h a G :e-,.
FH ING 61P INDUSTRY
REPO'RT SHOWS 76,100 MEN IN
Their Apparatus Represents an Aggre
gate Capital of $14,555,565-Lob
ster Plant Value.j at
Ottawa. Ont.-Seventy-six thousand
one hundred men are engaged in the
Canadian fisheries, not including the
thousands employed in the lobster in
dustry. according to the report just
published . These fiihevrnien used
7,090,0U0 fathoms of gill nets and
seines. besides othor fishing gear, rep
resentinrg au aggrcgate capital of $14.
5'15,55, being an excess of more than
a million and a half over thu outlay
of the previous year.
The lobster plant alone is valued
at $1..;.00, comprising equipment
and canneries. The industry placed
on tht. market cruWac(ans valued at
The ret lakes fisheries, which,
of Comls", are covired in the On
tario report, anouited to $1,734,856.
The salmon tihe-ries of the Pacific
co'st with ei'ltApment, and 77 can
neris. ;are vahl.d at $1.757,000, a'id
-- ( pIl I im to 14,GG. persons.
Tse markmed a product worth
N "t inc'uding the government's
Sca!inug fhJ t. whicthi is valued at
$::.0.the goveinment's inivested
ca!ital in canning anl other in
dustries is give;i at $2,205,000.
Otario's yield of whitefish In 1907
alolun ted to 2,-75,450 piounds. an
incoase ove'r the previous year of
5.o:l0 ~pounds, which does not in
clude 522,12 pounds sold as salt
fish. The herrin; catch amounted
to *.54.,.700P pounds, being an in
e.-ase of G6.z.500 pound.s. The trout
catch aniounted to 7.931,260 pounds,
all increase of 1,171.640 pounds. The
pickerel yie.-ld of 2.956.200 repre
sent.; a dt-erease of 2S0,740 pounds
less than for 19i5. The total value
of the fish catch for Ontario Is set
The Ontario hatcheries have not
been wori-ing to their capacities,
although tiny have been doing good
work. The Sandwich hatchery dis
tributed G1,500l100 whitefish fry
and 41.500.000 pickerel fry; Ottawa
877.060 salmon trout fry, 525,000
whitefish fry, 95.000 Atlantic sal
mon fry and 55,000 speckled trout
fIy. T he Newcastle hatchery pro
duc(ed I.S67,000 salmon trout fry.
The breeding of black bass in the
inclosed ponds near Helleville has
b-en continued, and from the adult
specinens of this fine gane fish,
1:umifberl5ss fingerlings or advanced
flrv were teared and distributed in
suitable waters in the province of
Ontario. The Sandwich hatchery
cost $3.59:8.9 I to maitntain. Ontario
gets $l2.5l5.:1 out of a total gen
gene-ral exielitture of $118.68:.G2.
EGGS IN A NEW STYLE.
Atustralian Devises Unique Method to
Preserve Hen Product.
Ottawa. Ont.-Auistralians have de
vised a scheme to tulrn fresh-laid eggs
to powdelr for preserving and shipping
In a recent report the trade com
missioner for Canada in Austra~a
nmak-es special reference to a process
for decsiccating eggs now being carried
out there. for whi' t high claims are
made. ami which the commissioner
i'siccnt el egt:: ire not substitutes
for eggs, but noc 1 laid eggs and are
treated by a l'.'ess 3y' which only
the shell and w~er contents of the
egg are removca. and the whole sub
stance of the (g-, yolk and albumen,
con vert ed Inoto I owder.
It is clainme:I to have been proverl
that this lov :~r v ill keep for years.,
and only re .'r-es the addition of milk
or watr-r. wi the ipowdered eggs will
reconstitte :md( lhe ready for tise for
any putrpose just the same as a newly
laid egg. The powder is rich and at
tractive looking;. and is replorted by
the government analysts of New South
WVales and Victoria to contain no
chemical preservativye. No part of
the egg except tile wvater has been re
nmove d in the process.
GIFTMAKERS IN CONTEST.
Rockefeller and Carnegie Seem to Vie
with Each Other.
New York.-W\hat promuises to be a
hiigh ly int erest ing anid. firom the pub
lic's toirt of view, a highly profitable
'war" between thle country's two most
prominent multimillionaires is that ap
parently being waged between Car
negie and Rockefeller for leadership
in the field (If philanthropy.
Although there is no avow-ed rival
ry. it wvas considered noteworthy that
directly following the announcement
of Mr. Rockefeller's gift of $2,000,000
to the institute for Medical Research,
which bears his name, Mr. Carnegie
came to hat with a $2.000,000 addition
to the endowment of the Carnegie in
stitution -at Washington.
According to r-ecords so far as they
have been made pubhllic the great stee'l
mastetr has giv'en away $136,339,950 to
the various objects of his beneficence.
while the oil king has parted with
$06.355.000 for pl'itanthr-opic pur
poses. This leaves M:-. Carnegie with
a lead of a trifling $29,9S4,950. With
he resources of Mr. Rockefeller, how
ver, this handicap is by no meang In
sperable, as indic(atedl by his single
ift of $32.000,000 to the general edu
Curb the Unruly Tongue.
Give not thy tongue too great lb
rty, lest it take thee prisoner'. A
ord unspoken is like a sword in the
cabbard, thine- if v-ented, thy sword
s in another-'s hand.-Quarles.I
"Talking of short measure," said
ncle Allen Sparks. "there are lots
f people that never seem to have got
heir share when the milk of human
aninns was handed around."
I hat is an expression all use when
partaking of our Candies, Ice Cream,
or Soda Water.
Such expressions of praise makes
us glad. We are satisfied only when 9
we please our customers. 7
We are now handling Ice Cream in
concs. To try them is to like them.
We will be prepared by Saturday
to fill family orders for cream. Let
us know your wants and we certainly
will please you.
Pickens Drug Co.
New, Fresh, Crisp
I have spared no means in securing for this Spring's bus
iness the newest :.nd freshest goods that could be found, and
at the lowest prices such goods can be sold for.
Our goods and prices are such as t, give us a SPECIAL
SALE all the time. We do not have to try to fool the people
into "Special Sales" My 20 years business reputation justi
fies me in saying that you get what you buy and what we
promise, when you buy from us.
AS TO OUR GOODS: We have almost anything in
stock that the average buyer of dry oods may need, but es
pecially do we call attention to v We have a
grand assortment of these goods in plain and ranging
in prices i o, 15, 25, 35 and Soc. the yard.
OUR COLORED WASH GOODS are equal to any
seasons offering we have ever shown. A great showing of
both Men's and Ladies Under Vests await you- here, also
Men's and Ladies Neckwear and Hosiery, plain and fancy no
tions and head ornaments of all kinds.
NOW FOR THE SUAPLES. The best shirting, cali
coes for Sc. The best aud heaviest 36 inch wide sheeting
that can be sold for 5c. Cotton Checks and Ginghams at 5c.
Remembe me when you wvant good shoes at low prices.
A. K. PA RK,
WVhat about the old scrap iron that is in your way
WVe want to fimish out a carload by the first of June and+
when we get up the car we will not be in the market for
scrap iron again. Gather it up.
P emember the MVay meetings are not far off, so pre
pare yourself for the occasion. Let us fix you up with a
nice pair of Oxfords, fancy socks, Dress Shirts and Sus
We can also save you money on a Summer Suit of
Ladies, We W at You to See Our
Line of Sumlmer Dry Goods.
We have never had better sales than wve are having
now. That means plaased customers.
Come to see us,
CRAIG BROS., One Price Cash Store
A Lock that Locks
A Shingle the represents the latest
and best development in METAL
SHINGLE construction. Idighly
approved and used by the most ex
_____ perienced b~uilders in this section,
also by Cotton Mil's for Cottages.
rllnlfactllg y JOH T. BRRIS & SON,
ANDERSON, S. C.
See them and judge for yourself their construction, quality
REPRESENTED LOCALLY BY JOHN L THORNLEY